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2013 FFToolbox Expert Mock Draft #3

Draft took place July 9th, 2013

Scoring System:

Ovr Pick Franchise Selection Pos. Team Age Exp.
1 1.01 FantasySharks @ArianFoster Arian Foster RB HOU 27 4
2 1.02 Rotoexperts - Tony @AdrianPeterson Adrian Peterson RB MIN 29 6
3 1.03 FFToolbox @DougMartin22 Doug Martin RB TB 25 1
4 1.04 ProFootballFocus @jcharles25 Jamaal Charles RB KC 27 5
5 1.05 TheHuddle Trent Richardson RB IND 23 1
I'm high on Richardson in Norv's offense this year, but I am higher on Jamaal Charles who Jeff took right in front of me.
6 1.06 FantasyTaz @CutonDime25 LeSean McCoy RB PHI 26 4
7 1.07 RotoExperts - Scott @MoneyLynch Marshawn Lynch RB SEA 28 6
8 1.08 DraftSharks @Bigplaycj Calvin Johnson WR DET 28 6
Calvin obviously tops everyone's WR board. But if I could do this over, I'd take Ray Rice instead. I've skipped RB in the 1st 2 rounds twice recently, and neither left me comfy with the results. That said, I'd still take Calvin on the redo if Engel takes Rice instead of Lynch -- then perhaps make the tough decision to skip over Jimmy Graham in Round 2.
9 1.09 World Ranked #20 @RayRice27 Ray Rice RB BAL 27 5
10 1.10 FootballDiehards @CJSPILLER C.J. Spiller RB BUF 26 3
Spiller's 6.0 yards per carry average tied Adrian Peterson for best in the NFL. He's a solid receiving threat and better between the tackles than he's given credit for. He's a player new HC Doug Marrone will build his offense around until he settles on a QB.
11 1.11 DynastyLeagueFootball @Trey_Deuces Alfred Morris RB WAS 25 1
12 1.12 KFFL - Tim @ajgreen_18 A.J. Green WR CIN 25 2
Green is in the top three at his position and should approach 100 receptions while logging double-digit touchdowns. Besides Megatron, he's as money as you can get.
13 2.01 KFFL - Tim @sj39 Steven Jackson RB ATL 31 9
I'm more optimistic than most on S-Jax. It's a fine offense for red-zone chances -- a welcome feeling following his Rams days -- and his pass protection should keep him in on three downs. He looked fresh at the end of last year. He takes care of his body, and his rep as "injury-prone" is overstated. He has one more elite year left in him.
14 2.02 DynastyLeagueFootball @MattForte22 Matt Forte RB CHI 28 5
15 2.03 FootballDiehards @DezBryant Dez Bryant WR DAL 25 3
Bryant had 50 catches for 879 yards and 10 touchdowns in the final eight games last season, numbers that would be among the best in NFL history if projected over a full season. He looks like a guy who's turned the corner. I'm eager to cash in on that.
16 2.04 World Ranked #20 @BMarshall Brandon Marshall WR CHI 30 7
17 2.05 DraftSharks @TheJimmyGraham Jimmy Graham TE NO 27 3
Graham shouldn't stay on the board this long. Gronk's back trouble makes the Saints' TE the most dominant #1 at any fantasy position heading into this season. Despite skipping the RBs in Round 1, I can't say that I regret this pick at all. He belongs in the 2nd half of Round 1 in PPR drafts.
18 2.06 RotoExperts - Scott @reggie_bush Reggie Bush RB DET 29 7
19 2.07 FantasyTaz @DemaryiusT Demaryius Thomas WR DEN 26 3
20 2.08 TheHuddle @DarrenSproles Darren Sproles RB PHI 31 8
Sproles just doesn't get the love he deserves, even in PPR scoring. I'll gladly take him as my RB2 each and every time I can. Expectation is for him to finish as a RB1. Not to far fetched if you look at what he has done in this format each of the past two years.
21 2.09 ProFootballFocus @4stillRunning David Wilson RB NYG 23 1
22 2.10 FFToolbox @ChrisJohnson28 Chris Johnson RB NYJ 28 5
23 2.11 Rotoexperts - Tony @juliojones_11 Julio Jones WR ATL 25 2
24 2.12 FantasySharks @Jones_Drew32 Maurice Jones-Drew RB OAK 29 7
25 3.01 FantasySharks @LarryFitzgerald Larry Fitzgerald WR ARI 30 9
26 3.02 Rotoexperts - Tony @StevanRidley Stevan Ridley RB NE 25 2
27 3.03 FFToolbox @DeMarcoMurray DeMarco Murray RB DAL 26 2
28 3.04 ProFootballFocus Frank Gore RB SF 31 8
29 3.05 TheHuddle @rcobb18 Randall Cobb WR GB 23 2
Thought about White with this pick, but went with Cobb who I think presents tremendous upside for 2013.
30 3.06 FantasyTaz @dmcfadden20 Darren McFadden RB OAK 26 5
31 3.07 RotoExperts - Scott @roddywhiteTV Roddy White WR ATL 32 8
32 3.08 DraftSharks @millertime_6 Lamar Miller RB MIA 23 1
This is a reach, driven by my WR-TE start. I wanted McFadden but obviously sat just a little too far into Round 3 for him. All that said, Miller brings breakout potential into 2013. The Dolphins are giving him the job with weak options behind him. Miller's long speed adds intrigue, though his outlook may depend on the O-line improving significantly over last season.
33 3.09 World Ranked #20 @TeamVic Victor Cruz WR NYG 27 3
34 3.10 FootballDiehards Le'Veon Bell RB PIT 21 R
The Steelers slipped from 11th and 14th in the league in rushing the two previous seasons to 26th in 2012. The team is dead set on changing that. Enter Bell, who is in line to be a three-down weapon. I expect big things based on opportunity alone. Worthy of RB2 status for me.
35 3.11 DynastyLeagueFootball @johnson80 Andre Johnson WR HOU 33 10
36 3.12 KFFL - Tim @VincentTJackson Vincent Jackson WR TB 31 8
V-Jax isn't very PPRey, but he's a consistent big-play threat that counts for plenty in best-ball formats like this one.
37 4.01 KFFL - Tim Montee Ball RB DEN 23 R
Probably should've gone with Ryan Mathews here, but I like Ball's chances for success if he can play behind Peyton Manning. He's their best option near the goal line and is the presumptive favorite for lead carries.
38 4.02 DynastyLeagueFootball @RobGronkowski Rob Gronkowski TE NE 25 3
39 4.03 FootballDiehards @Percy_Harvin Percy Harvin WR SEA 26 4
The plan in Seattle is to use Harvin as the same kind of multi-purpose threat he was in Minnesota. The difference? Adrian Peterson notwithstanding, the Seahawks have a much better cast surrounding Harvin. It could make him even more effective than we saw last season.
40 4.04 World Ranked #20 @rmathews24 Ryan Mathews RB SD 26 3
41 4.05 DraftSharks @DannyAmendola Danny Amendola WR NE 28 5
Wes Welker went from a 67-687-1 line in Miami to leading the NFL with 112 catches in his 1st Patriots season. And that came with Randy Moss starting on the other side. Amendola brings the same obscenely high PPR ceiling in an offense full of question marks. And his injury history doesn't worry me at all. The collarbone and elbow were freak-type injuries. Not like he had recurring knee trouble or something.
42 4.06 RotoExperts - Scott @JordyRNelson Jordy Nelson WR GB 29 5
43 4.07 FantasyTaz @Reggie_Wayne87 Reggie Wayne WR IND 35 12
44 4.08 TheHuddle Hakeem Nicks WR IND 26 4
Nicks has all the talent to be something special...if only he can stay healthy. He's in a contract year so a healthy Nicks could be huge.
45 4.09 ProFootballFocus @DwayneBowe82 Dwayne Bowe WR KC 29 6
46 4.10 FFToolbox @WesWelker Wes Welker WR DEN 33 9
47 4.11 Rotoexperts - Tony @MarquesColston Marques Colston WR NO 31 7
48 4.12 FantasySharks @PierreGarcon Pierre Garcon WR WAS 27 5
49 5.01 FantasySharks @R_Mendenhall Rashard Mendenhall RB FA 27 5
50 5.02 Rotoexperts - Tony @AhmadBradshaw Ahmad Bradshaw RB IND 28 6

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